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“Roman theatre”
Review of Teatro Romano

Teatro Romano
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Reviewed May 29, 2016 via mobile

The teatro Romano in Cadiz is a recently discovered amphitheatre that was once hidden under housing built up over the centuries but is now opening up as a step back in history to hoe it used to look.

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"tiered seating"
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"century bc"
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"archaeological site"
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Reviewed April 14, 2016 via mobile

The Teatro Romano looks like nothing much from the main road. However follow the guidance on the sign and you will find a modern well presented interpretation and viewing facility with knowledgeable and helpful staff. You will be able to see the tiers of stone seats and models of how the theatre would have looked when built over 2000 years ago.
The descriptions of the items on display and explanations were in English as well as Spanish.
Entrance was free.

2  Thank Mary B
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Reviewed February 17, 2016

We followed the instructions on the board outside the locked gate, and found the little entrance to the theatre in a lane off Calle Meson.
The remains of the theatre are small but the boards explain that stone had been removed after the theatre was no longer in use, and models show you what it would have looked like. There's an interesting film in Spanish and English, as well as information about the man who paid for the theatre to be built.
It's definitely worth the time to find this place.

3  Thank Neatham
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Reviewed January 27, 2016

There was a sign that said you could visit for free but the gate was locked when we walked by. Looking through the gate the ruins looked very small and not very well preserved. I would not go out of my way to see.

1  Thank Diane K
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Reviewed December 4, 2015

This is not in great condition and looks like just another roman relic. well presented and positioned with good information but its not a great example of roman Teatro

Thank Geoff L
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